He Was Weak, And I Was Strong—then - Poem by Emily Dickinson
He was weak, and I was strong—then—
So He let me lead him in—
I was weak, and He was strong then—
So I let him lead me—Home.
'Twasn't far—the door was near—
'Twasn't dark—for He went—too—
'Twasn't loud, for He said nought—
That was all I cared to know.
Day knocked—and we must part—
He strove—and I strove—too—
We didn't do it—tho'!
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